One of the most elaborate and polished live show experiences is returning to Llandudno next year.

The winners of Britain’s Got Talent (BGT) in 2014, and arguably the world’s biggest musical theatre group, Collaboro will take to the Venue Cymru stage once again in March 2019 as part of their Road To The Royal Albert Hall tour.

The show will offer an expanded repertoire and even more big numbers and sumptuous medleys for their dedicated ‘collaborator’ fan base.

The band – a four-piece comprised of Michael Auger, Jamie Lambert, Matt Pagan and Thomas J Redgrave – met in 2014 for their first rehearsal at a London pub, before rousing the audience of the Hammersmith Apollo into a standing ovation just a month later at their first ever public performance of Stars from Les Misérables for the BGT judges.

Having triumphed in their semi-final heat of the show, with a staggering 63 per cent of the votes, the band then won the overall competition with one of the biggest majorities ever.

This subsequently led to them joining Simon Cowell’s label Syco, home of the likes of One Direction, Little Mix, Susan Boyle and Il Divo.

In the four years since the competition, Collaboro have released their number one debut album, Stars, followed by Act Two, which peaked at number two in the charts in the summer of 2015.

Blending boy band style with West End polish, the band’s pop crossover approach still remains dear in the hearts of BGT diehards, with the group being voted the nation’s favourite BGT Winner in a return for a 10-year grand final compilation of past contestants.

Since graduating from the talent show, the band are now ‘big in Japan’ after performing for more than 30 million people on two separate occasions and receiving a gold disc for 'best international artist' alongside Sam Smith and Meghan Trainor.

The boys performed to seven million people at Soccer Aid 2016 and received excellent press reviews for their first performance as a four-piece – after the departure of fifth founding member Richard Hadfield in 2016 – followed by a performance at the 2016 BBC Proms in the Park.

Born showmen, expect to see bombastic showstoppers from West End classics Phantom of the Opera and The Lion King as well as some sophisticated, Sinatra swing numbers, classic pop and, of course, an appearance of their first original song, Lighthouse.

The will be at Venue Cymru on Saturday, March 2, 2019. 
Tickets range from £21 to £44 and are available online at or by calling the box office on 01492 872000.